A student from Edge Hill University hasn’t let her Tourette’s stand in the way of working towards her dream career in the television industry, she has in fact used it to her advantage.
An Edge Hill graduate has been awarded first class honours and a 98 per cent dissertation mark in her Counselling and Psychotherapy degree despite initially thinking University wasn’t an achievable option.
A Newton-Le-Willows student who spent months in hospital, gave birth at just 28 weeks, and studied next to her baby’s incubator, is graduating today with a first class degree in Integrated Children and Young People’s Practice.
As well as making the most of the plethora of opportunities on offer at Edge Hill University, Psychology graduate Husnain Shah also dedicated a lot of his time completing voluntary work with vulnerable children.
A student with a genetic condition which makes it harder for her to process information and feel socially anxious collected her degree in Psychology today at Edge Hill University.
If ever there was a living endorsement for making the most of all the opportunities on offer at Edge Hill University, it’s Sports Development and Management student Jonathan Ollerenshaw who graduates today.